All four of Mississippi's U.S. House members will have opponents on the ballot this year.
Candidates were facing a qualifying deadline at 5 p.m. Monday.
In north Mississippi's 1st District, three Republicans and four independents had filed by mid-Monday, while incumbent Travis Childers was the only Democrat.
In the Delta's 2nd District, there were three Republicans and Democratic incumbent Bennie Thompson. One of the Republicans is Bill Marcy of Meridian.
In the central 3rd District, two Democrats and Republican incumbent Gregg Harper had filed.
In the southern 4th District, there were two Republicans and Democratic incumbent Gene Taylor.
Party primaries are June 1 and the general election is Nov. 2.
The list of Mississippi Congressional candidates are as follows:
A.G. Baddley, Hernando, District One
Les Green, Hernando, District One
Rick “Rico” Hoskins, Batesville, District One
Wally Pang, Batesville, District One
Gail Giaramita, Lake Cormorant, District One
Travis W. Childers, Booneville, District One
Bennie G. Thompson, Bolton, District Two
Joel L. Gill, Pickens, District Three
James D. Jackson, Brandon, District Three
Shawn O’Hara, Hattiesburg, District Three
Gene Taylor, Bay St. Louis, District Four
Harold M. Taylor, Hernando, District One
Kenneth “Tim” Hampton, Hattiesburg, District Four
Barbara Dale Washer, Hattiesburg, District One
Ashley Norwood, Canton, District Two
Tracella Lou O’Hara Hill, Petal, District Three
Anna Jewel Revies, Hattiesburg, District Four
Angela McGlowan, Oxford, District One
Alan Nunnelee, Tupelo, District One
Henry Ross, Eupora, District One
Bill Marcy, Meridian, District Two
Richard Cook, Byram, District Two
George Bailey, Clinton, District Two
Gregg Harper, Pearl, District Three
Steven Palazzo, Biloxi, District Four
Joe Tegerdine, Petal, District Four